Junior forward Nathan Regis of Pfeiffer University (N.C.) headlines the 2015 Division II Conference Commissioners Association Men's Soccer All-America First Team as the Ron Lenz National Player of the Year.
U.S. College News
Pfeiffer University’s scoring machine delivered one final time this season as Nathan Regis (Charlotte Eagles) scored two goals to lead his side to a 4-0 victory against Cal Poly Pomona on Saturday in the 2015 NCAA Division II Championship at the Ashton Brosnaham Complex in Pensacola, Fla.
Pfeiffer forward Nathan Regis was voted the 2015 Conference Carolinas Men's Soccer Offensive Player of the Year, while Lees-McRae's James Abraham and Erskine's CJ Cluck were named the Conference's Defensive Player of the Year and Freshman of the Year, respectively. In addition, Pfeiffer's Bob Reasso was tabbed the Coach of the Year, the conference announced today.
Seven Pfeiffer men's soccer players were selected to the Conference Commissioner's Association (CCA) All-Region team, highlighted by junior Nathan Regis being selected as the Southeast Regional Player of the Year.
Nathan Regis' historic goal in the 86th minute broke a 37 year old record for most career scores as the tally gave Regis 50 strikes in 56 career matches and led the No. 1 Falcons (16-0) past Catawba (5-10), 4-1. Regis has the rest of this season and his senior year to make sure his record stands for at least 37 years.
Karyn Forbes, Khadidra Debesette and Khadisha Debesette of the West Texas A&M women's soccer team have been voted as members of the Division II Conference Commissioners Association South Central All-Region Team. Forbes earned first-team honors for the first time and will now be under consideration for All-American voting while Khadidra and Khadisha were two of 13 athletes to be named to the second-team.
Nathan Regis will no doubt go down as arguably the greatest men’s soccer player in Pfeiffer history. Only a junior, he is already tied for the most goals in program history with 49, and barring something crazy, he will break that record at some point in the near future.
National youth footballer and Trinity Baptist College freshman, Stephan Spicer, was among seven schoolmates selected to the 2015 National Soccer Coaches Association of America (NSCAA) All-American teams.
Wiley College men's soccer players Quesi Weston (SO/Palo Seco, Trinidad&Tobago) and Dwight Pope (SO/Trinidad and Tobago)'s relationship started long before they put on the purple Wildcat uniform.